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John Crossman (abt. 1804 - aft. 1891)

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John Crossman
Born about in Sackville, Westmorland, New Brunswick, Canadamap
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Husband of — married 9 May 1828 [location unknown]
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Died after [location unknown]
Profile last modified 9 May 2019 | Created 30 Jan 2019
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John was born about 1804. He passed away about 1870.


1851 Census:

  • 21 431 Crossman John M Head 45 Dutch Farmer (prop) Birth 5678
  • 22 431 Crossman Ruth F Wife 46 Dutch Birth
  • 23 431 Crossman William M Son 19 Dutch Birth
  • 24 431 Crossman Deborah F Daughter 17 Dutch Birth
  • 25 431 Crossman John M Son 15 Dutch Birth
  • 26 431 Crossman Robert M Son 13 Dutch Birth 56
  • 27 431 Crossman Martin M Son 11 Dutch Birth 56
  • 28 431 Crossman Mary Ann F Daughter 9 Dutch Birth
  • 29 431 Crossman Pemela F Daughter 7 Dutch Birth
  • 30 431 Crossman Margaret F Daughter 5 Dutch Birth
  • 31 431 Crossman Catherine F Daughter 1 Dutch Birth 56
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